Valery Ivanovich Petukhov
Medicine Sciences Doctor, professor
Graduated from the Faculty of Therapy, 1st Leningrad Medical Institute named after acad. I.P.Pavlov and post-graduate at Central Institute of Post-Diploma Education of Physicians (Moscow). Doctor`s field of specialization: therapeutist â€“ hematologist.
The total length of clinical work as therapeutist â€“ hematologist is more 40 years; more than 25 years as a teaching staff of clinical hematology and therapy, clinical psychology, physiology and valeology in the medical higher educational institutions.
More than 180 scientific works have been published, including 4 monographs: â€œKinetic basis in prognosis of survival in chronic myeloid leukemiaâ€, 1995; â€œAlfa-interferon in the oncohematologyâ€, 2000; â€œGeriatric hematologyâ€, 2012 (as coauthor); â€œMetal-ligand homeostasis in epidermic cellsâ€, 2015.
At the present time â€“ professor of the Vladimir State University, Vladimir, Russia, and emeritus professor of the Baltic International Academy, Riga, Latvia.
Valery Ivanovich Petukhov (Research Area)
Clinical hematology, physiology, clinical biochemistry and valeology.
Dr. Qihui Zhai is a Pathology Specialist in Jacksonville, Florida. He graduated with honors in 1987. Having more than 30 years of diverse experiences, especially in PATHOLOGY, Dr. Qihui Zhai affiliates with Mayo Clinic, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists in medical group Mayo Clinic Jacksonville
Qihui Zhai (Research Area)
Molecular pathology,Immunohistochemistry,Head and neck pathology,Genitourinary pathology
Dr. Asadi-Shekaari has more than 12 years experience in Electron Microscopy and is the author more than 50 scientific publications. Following a Ph.D. in Histology he took up a position as an academic staff of Kerman Neuroscience Research Center (KNRC). Dr. Asadi-Shekaari is a member of Japan Neuroscience Society (JNS) (Membership ID 1606152769), International Society of Neurochemistry (ISN) (Membership ID 23578), Iranian Neuroscience Society and International Brain Research Organization (IBRO). He is currently head of Electron and Histology laboratories of KNRC. His research area consists of experimental models of Cerebral Ischemia, Epilepsy and Alzheimerâ€™s disease. He has served as a reviewer of Oncotarget, Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy, Clinical and Experimental Physiology and Pharmacology (CEPP), Human and Experimental Toxicology (HET), Neural Regeneration Research (NRR), Iranian Journal of Pathology (IJP), and Current Topics in Neuroscience.
Dr. Yawale Iliyasu graduated from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria in 1982 with an MBBS degree. He is a fellow of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria in Pathology (1994), International of College of Surgeons â€“ Surgical Pathology (2003), International Academy of Cytology (2008) and International Fellow of the College of American Pathologists (2010).
He was the Chief Consultant Histopathologist to the Nigerian Army from 1994-2006. He is now an Associate Professor of Pathology at Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and the President of the West African Division of the International Academy of Pathology.
Dr. Iliyasu was a founding father of the College of Pathologists of East, Central and Southern Africa. He has published many papers in peer-review journals. His areas of interest are lymphomas (being a member of the Sub-Saharan African Lymphoma Consortium) and the development of molecular targeted therapy for Triple Negative Breast Cancers where he is working with the University of Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA.
Yawale Iliyasu(Research Area)
International of College of Surgeons â€“ Surgical Pathology (2003), International Academy of Cytology (2008).